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Cedar Creek vs Richland Chambers #9996386 05/19/14 07:08 PM
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Which lake would y'all pick for year round Hybrid fishing?

Re: Cedar Creek vs Richland Chambers [Re: vthondaboi] #9996888 05/19/14 09:55 PM
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Never been to Richland Chambers but I'll go with Cedar Creek from experience.




Re: Cedar Creek vs Richland Chambers [Re: vthondaboi] #9997243 05/20/14 12:15 AM
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Can't go wrong with either one! Had very few bad trips on either. Seem to have caught more hybrids on CC but have traditionally had more big top water schools of whites on RC. Less boat traffic on RC. I love em both!

Re: Cedar Creek vs Richland Chambers [Re: rbadley] #9997348 05/20/14 01:04 AM
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Definitely Cedar Creek for the Hybrids!

We have less stock fish on RC, but we have about 75% less traffic too.

I'd say the White Bass action is about the same. Simply AWESOME!!! smile


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